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How To Buy A New Toilet Seat LINK

Just like the name indicates, elongated toilet seats feature an oval shape and are slightly longer than traditional round seats. This type of toilet seat is considered to be more comfortable by many users, but often cost a bit more. This oblong toilet seat has all the same benefits as other shapes, and can be found in a variety of colors and materials. The length of an elongated toilet seat measures at 18.5 inches.

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As previously mentioned above, the shape of your toilet seat plays a rather large role in determining how comfortable it is to sit on. Elongated seats are considered more comfortable than round ones. But, this will likely vary from person to person.

No matter how large or small your budget may be, you should have no problems finding options available for about $10 to $15. Of course, on the other end of the price spectrum, you could easily spend around $1,000 for a new toilet seat that has all the bells and whistles.

However, the majority of consumers will be looking for a seat that is simple, functional and durable, all while remaining reasonably comfortable. And you can find a lot of options that fall somewhere in the middle of that large spectrum.

Expect to pay more for toilet seats designed to last a long time, or those designed with ergonomics top of mind. Wood toilet seats tend to cost more than plastic ones, and those with features that make them easier to install and clean often cost a bit more as well.

In general, paying a little bit more for a toilet seat can result in greater comfort, a longer life, improved ease of use or nice features. As you go through the process of buying a new seat for your toilet, try to narrow down which of these are factors are truly important to you. By figuring this out, you can better weigh the benefits against the cost. This is one of the keys to finding the best seat for your toilet.

Nobody wants to be forced to buy a new toilet seat soon after installing the last one. In a lot of cases, spending a tad bit more now can mean getting a more durable seat that will last you for may years longer.

Soft close toilets not only rid your home of that abrupt and obnoxious noise of a slamming lid, but they also help make it easier to clean. With a soft-close seat, you simply have to tap the toilet lid and it will gently close all on its own, and do so without waking up the entire house.

Your toilet seat may not play a huge role in how happy your life is, but it can make the time you spend in the bathroom more or less pleasant and that matters. Take some time to consider what you really want and you should have no problems finding the best toilet seat for you and your family.

The most common material is high-impact plastic or a plastic coating over composite wood. You can find many colors and styles, from traditional white to classy black to spunky prints and patterns. If you want your toilet to make a statement, you certainly have the options to do so.

Wood is another common toilet seat material. Natural wood, bamboo, and medium density fiberboard are popular options. Wood is naturally hygienic, so the surface remains cleaner than your average plastic toilet seat. However, if you forget to dry the seat promptly after cleaning, it could sustain water damage.

Measuring for and installing a new toilet seat is something you can easily perform yourself. However, if you suffer from a badly clogged toilet or need a replacement installed, leave these tasks to Mr. Rooter Plumbing.

The great news is, you can replace a toilet seat quickly and easily, without having to break the bank. To help make sure your new toilet seat fits like a glove, watch our video below to find out which measurements you need to take. All you need to do is grab a tape measure, a pencil and some paper.

Toilet seats can be replaced for several reasons. These can include the seat being broken or cracked, the fixtures may have gone - making it wobble and move around when sat on, or you want a new style.

There are three types of toilet shapes commonly found in UK homes. These are round, D-shape, and square seats. Another popular feature is a soft close seat, so if this is your preference you need to measure correctly to make sure this type of seat will fit your toilet.

Most toilet seats are an oval shape, although some may be more of a contemporary square or D-shape. So, it is important to remember this when looking for a replacement in a shop or from the original manufacturer.

Wear rubber cleaning gloves at all times when changing a loo seat. Ideally, clean it before removing it. Then, once you have taken the seat off, give your whole toilet a thorough cleaning. Use an anti-bacterial spray, which you can pick-up from most shops.

Depending on the seat you buy, it could come with a kit to attach it. If you are simply replacing the fittings, such as the nuts and not the whole seat, you will likely need to buy the parts yourself.

If there are plastic caps over the nuts, use your flathead screwdriver to remove them. This can be more difficult for older seats if they have sat there for some time. Work your way around the cap, not being too rough to damage the toilet itself, to carefully remove the caps.

The seat should then lift away, but depending on the make, you may need to unscrew it with your screwdriver. If it is stiff or too rusted to lift away on its own, spray some WD-40 to lubricate it and wait for up to 10 minutes before lifting the seat away.

Be careful not to over-tighten them as you may want to adjust them once the new toilet seat is fitted. Furthermore, plastic bolts - if it is the case - will not need a lot of punishment before they either give way or snap.

No matter the size or style of your bathroom you're guaranteed to find the right toilet seat for your home. Available in a multitude of shapes and sizes as well as a range of colours from classic white to, bright pink or even a seat featuring a beautiful animal design, there's a toilet seat for every taste.

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Whatever you call it, the bathroom toilet is one of the most important items in your house. While the color and cost matter, how much water it uses and how well it flushes matter more. A good one conserves water and generates enough power to clean the bowl in a single flush. (A bad one can be a 20-year pain in the butt.) This article will help you choose a high-performance dunny that will fit your bathroom, budget and backside.

Before jumping on to when, we should address why you have to change your toilet seat in the first place. There are multiple factors that determine the life of your toilet seat and out of them, we have discussed a few below:

The more you use your seat, the sooner it will require replacement. If you have a bigger family, you will constantly open and shut the seat causing its hinges to become loose. This can lead to a flimsy seat that will serve you no good.

Polypropylene seats can stain over time due to excessive usage and water. Not only that but the resin toilet seats are also prone to buildup and discoloration. When that happens, your entire bathroom looks dull and dirty even after a good scrubbing. So when you start seeing staining, start your hunt for a new toilet seat.

New parents know the struggle of potty training their little ones. It is a big milestone and you want to be prepared for everything that comes your way. To make this transition smooth for your baby, you should consider buying a training seat for your toilet.

Electric models also need an outlet within 4 or so feet from the back of your toilet. So for a clean installation, you may need an electrician to add an outlet; this could increase your total cost by a couple hundred dollars. You could run an extension cord, but hiding those can get tricky. Even if you do have a nearby outlet, you need to get used to the look of a cord coming up from behind your toilet and continuing to the outlet (typically at counter level), which some of our testers found to be a constant, low-grade annoyance.

Remote: For the more feature-heavy bidets, a remote with an intuitive layout is a big advantage, and using one is easier than having to contort to reach a control panel on the side of the seat.

The C5 suffers from the drawbacks of all bidet seats: reduced hole size, a reshaped toilet seat, a partially ineffective dryer, and a fairly large and bulky appearance. These are just par for the course with bidets. There were a couple other slight drawbacks to this model, but none that bothered us enough to dismiss it.

The Kohler K-5724-0 Puretide Elongated Manual Bidet Toilet Seat is a cold-water model that allows you to have control over the positioning of the spray. When you tilt the handle down, like a joystick, the spray direction also shifts forward. This model is priced at around $100, and, unlike the $30 models, it includes the toilet seat. We liked this Kohler a lot, but the seat felt cheap, and it flexed under almost any weight. It also made a loud creaking noise every time one of our testers sat down or shifted their weight.

  • Toilets are hardy devices that can last for up to 50 years if they're well-maintained and gently used. However, with daily use, you can expect a toilet to last about 20 to 30 years before it needs to be replaced. Just keep in mind that some parts within the toilet, like the flush valve or washers, may need repair or replacement before the 20-year mark."}},"@type": "Question","name": "Is it cheaper to repair or buy a new toilet?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "It depends on what is wrong with the current toilet. Some repairs are inexpensive and easy to complete for most DIYers, like replacing the chain on the flush valve, but if the toilet continues having problems, the costs can add up. The price of a new toilet can also range significantly from just $100 to more than $5,000, so keep that in mind when you are weighing the costs of repairs or a full toilet replacement.","@type": "Question","name": "What do you do with an old toilet?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Old toilets may be disposed of through curbside garbage collection depending on the municipality or town. Alternatively, you can take a toilet to the local recycling center, rent a dumpster, or pay a private garbage collection service to pick up the toilet. If it is in good condition and you just felt like an upgrade, maybe consider donating it to a second-hand store like the Habitat for Humanity ReStore."]}]}] .icon-garden-review-1fill:#b1dede.icon-garden-review-2fill:none;stroke:#01727a;stroke-linecap:round;stroke-linejoin:round > buttonbuttonThe Spruce The Spruce's Instagram The Spruce's TikTok The Spruce's Pinterest The Spruce's Facebook NewslettersClose search formOpen search formSearch DecorRoom Design

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